It’s morning, and a little girl has to get her faddy ready for school. But first he’s too tired to get up, then he has a rumbly tummy, and next he is missing a sock. Finally, she gets Daddy ready, with lunch packed and hair combed and ont he bus to school.
Time for School, Daddy is a funny take on the morning rush of school days, with the role reversal showing the child in control and determined to keep things on track. This use of humour helps to normalise the multiple worries and dramas which can be part of the routine, and will allow children and parents to see their own routines from a different angle. Colourful, child-like, cartoon-style illustration on white backgrounds also offer a lovleyw at for young readers to connect.
Time for School, Daddy, by Dave Hackett